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The fun and learning has not stopped this week for our Nursery classes

It has been wonderful to see so many of our families taking advantage of the home learning opportunities provided by the teachers 

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....and a great opportunity to continue to connect with each other while we aren't able to be in school.

With the brighter weather, it has been a perfect chance to hunt for signs of spring and create some spring themed artwork. We have read and thought about the story of 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' a little more and this has been a springboard for some fantastic storytelling and porridge cooking videos coming from the children at home.

Continuing our phonics lessons, Fred has been excited to be able to share a new sound 'g' this week and continue to develop the children's phase one phonics skills. As more time is being spent at home, the children are experiencing how there is maths all around them in their homes - exploring capacity, comparing sizes of objects, counting and creating their own number cards 0-5. 

Alyssa Prokic 

Crocodile Class Teacher

Nursery Learning Leader